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Jono Bolton

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  2. Never been a massive fan of Gibson's basses, but I always liked the Triumph. Always reminds me of Alex James.
  3. If that sells at $700, I'll eat your hat.
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  5. I also have two, however I only play one and the other sits in a case under the bed, so for me that's too many. I still want to buy more though.
  6. Aye, it's a solid bit of metal, it's not something I can bend with my bare hands. I might wait until I'm at my parents' at Christmas and chuck it in my dad's vice for a couple of days.
  7. Well, I was thinking that if it bent one way, I can bend the other way too. It's beyond me as to how it's managed to take a bend in the first place.
  8. Is there anywhere to get a neck plate to fir an MIJ bass? I've got a Squier JV Precision and the neck plate on it has developed a significant curve in the middle so the screw heads don't sit flush in the recesses. I've put a new aftermarket one on and it's a better fit, but the JV neck screws have larger heads so they don't sit quite right either. I'd prefer to have the right size plate so the screws are straight in the heel and not as likely to strip the threads.
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  10. First thing that popped into my head when I saw the thread title was this unhinged ramble
  11. Here's the description from the ebay listing from when I bought it: "P Bass Loaded Alder Body Relic Burgundy Mist Nitro Lacquer USA Spec Precision. Great American alder body - made by Guitarbuild in the UK. Not a Fender body but fits Fender parts. Full nitrocellulose aged burgundy mist finish was sprayed around four years ago and has a combination of natural wear and checking and light relic work. Alongside the checking that runs across the body, in the right ought you can see natural lacquer checking running along the grain direction of the body too. Comes as pictured with a wide bevel vintage style parchment pickguard, CTS pots and switchcraft jack and cloth wire, vintage capacitor. Nice vintage style thumb rest too. "P Bass Loaded Alder Body Relic Burgundy Mist Nitro Lacquer USA Spec Precision. Great American alder body - made by Guitarbuild in the UK. Not a Fender body but fits Fender parts. Full nitrocellulose aged burgundy mist finish was sprayed around four years ago and has a combination of natural wear and checking and light relic work. Alongside the checking that runs across the body, in the right ought you can see natural lacquer checking running along the grain direction of the body too. Comes as pictured with a wide bevel vintage style parchment pickguard, CTS pots and switchcraft jack and cloth wire, vintage capacitor. Nice vintage style thumb rest too. The pickup is a Tonerider vintage wind P Bass pickup. This has been my personal bass and used for home recording, hence it’s not being sold as a Rexter Guitars retail item. Sounds really great. The finish looks fantastic and will keep on ageing - it’s non plasticised nitrocellulose lacquer over a vintage correct burgundy mist." The neck pocket is to fit Mexican/ Squier/ USA spec. I had a Squier affinity rosewood neck on it which fitted perfectly. The pickup is a Tonerider vintage wind P Bass pickup. This has been my personal bass and used for home recording, hence it’s not being sold as a Rexter Guitars retail item. Sounds really great. The finish looks fantastic and will keep on ageing - it’s non plasticised nitrocellulose lacquer over a vintage correct burgundy mist. The neck pocket is to fit Mexican/ Squier/ USA spec. I had a Squier affinity rosewood neck on it which fitted perfectly."
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